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Re: [tor-talk] Giving Hidden Services some love
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I'd like to explore the possibility of hosting the Wikispooks site as
a Hidden service.
I have hosted and webmastered the site through its development on
vps's since 2010. The nature of its content has caused me to
familiarise myself with web anonymity to some extent but I am no
serious techie in the technologies that seek to enable it.
Whilst Wikispooks is no Facebook or Wikipedia, I can think of many
categories of people who would value true end-to-end anonymity in
accessing some of its content - I'm thinking derivatives of the
Wikileaks diplomatic cable leaks, the Snowden documents and other
items whose classification status has become moot.
My preference would be that neither the DOS file content nor the Mysql
database be duplicated but that the Hidden service act as a sort of
proxy to everything that is already there.
Is that a realistic prospect?
Any observations/suggestions most welcome.
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